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February 09, 2014, 03:42:55 AM
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On the plus side, with the volume we're seeing on the exchanges, I'd think we should be able to get on coinedup or cryptsy pretty easily.

Man I remember when coinedup was considered a joke.  Things change so fast in cryptoville.  I was hoping that anonymous blockchain would be implemented before drk hit a large exchange.
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February 09, 2014, 03:43:17 AM
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Please, what is KGW?

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February 09, 2014, 03:44:32 AM
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chaos are we getting ddosed?!
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February 09, 2014, 03:49:01 AM
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Please, what is KGW?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240861.msg3040291#msg3040291

what it does it, retarget the difficult level after every block, that way a coin cannot be raped like what is happening now

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February 09, 2014, 03:53:55 AM
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chaos are we getting ddosed?!

looking at ocer 1000 connections to the stratum.. ive just change priorities... web updates has been slowed down

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February 09, 2014, 04:20:52 AM
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i want to compile a list of cpu / hash per sec.. please post what cpu you have, and what your hash speed is


Running on MS Azure - 20 cores at about 34kh/s per core (total of about 660kh/s)
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February 09, 2014, 04:27:32 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.

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February 09, 2014, 04:33:44 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.

well, time will tell i guess :-)

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February 09, 2014, 04:38:45 AM
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If that's the case he might also try to blackmail us, asking 100 BTC for his miner or he ruins it for all of us.  Cry

If there was more money at stake someone would've ordered a hit on him already.
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February 09, 2014, 04:40:11 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done


It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.

Excuse me?
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February 09, 2014, 04:49:31 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.

My personal guess is that it's a large cpu farm and will in fact disappear after the next increase, but you are right, we will see.

The idea that there could be a way better GPU miner out there, even CPU assisted, means that we should have a talented developer looking into making an open source one, no?

I also want to promote KGW once more; I think it's the best retarget algo out there.
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February 09, 2014, 04:49:59 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?
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February 09, 2014, 04:55:45 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?

The X11 algo should be compatible with GPUs and very difficulty to port to ASICs. I did some work on a GPU miner for X11, which is here: https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin-sgminer

I have some 7970's laying around here, I'll see if I can get it working for us

And any thoughts on implementing KGW? I think the current retargeting actually works pretty well, if we have to hard fork after this I'm not opposed to implementing something like that.

The algorithms I used for our proof-of-work came originally from here:
http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST/hash/sha-3/Round2/submissions_rnd2.html

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February 09, 2014, 05:12:16 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?

The X11 algo should be compatible with GPUs and very difficulty to port to ASICs. I did some work on a GPU miner for X11, which is here: https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin-sgminer

I have some 7970's laying around here, I'll see if I can get it working for us

And any thoughts on implementing KGW? I think the current retargeting actually works pretty well, if we have to hard fork after this I'm not opposed to implementing something like that.

The algorithms I used for our proof-of-work came originally from here:
http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST/hash/sha-3/Round2/submissions_rnd2.html

Well thanks for letting us GPU-less people take a crack at this coin before it became a GPU coin.  If this happens I think more people will be interested in this long term, CPU coin tends to be a bad word these days.  

Oh and if there is a hard fork do we lose the coins we mined?
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February 09, 2014, 05:24:08 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?

The X11 algo should be compatible with GPUs and very difficulty to port to ASICs. I did some work on a GPU miner for X11, which is here: https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin-sgminer

I have some 7970's laying around here, I'll see if I can get it working for us

And any thoughts on implementing KGW? I think the current retargeting actually works pretty well, if we have to hard fork after this I'm not opposed to implementing something like that.

The algorithms I used for our proof-of-work came originally from here:
http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST/hash/sha-3/Round2/submissions_rnd2.html

Well thanks for letting us GPU-less people take a crack at this coin before it became a GPU coin.  If this happens I think more people will be interested in this long term, CPU coin tends to be a bad word these days.  

Oh and if there is a hard fork do we lose the coins we mined?

nope you get to keep your coins

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February 09, 2014, 05:27:43 AM
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Ugh, really?  I thought you said it would be so difficult to get the GPU version working!

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February 09, 2014, 05:29:05 AM
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Ugh, really?  I thought you said it would be so difficult to get the GPU version working!
difficult, not impossible, someone determined enough could do it... think about it, if you know how, and can see you could get some money out of it...

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February 09, 2014, 05:56:16 AM
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Ugh, really?  I thought you said it would be so difficult to get the GPU version working!
difficult, not impossible, someone determined enough could do it... think about it, if you know how, and can see you could get some money out of it...

Yeah, we could consider a reasonable bounty for an open sourced GPU miner, or even GPU + CPU.
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February 09, 2014, 06:34:08 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?

The X11 algo should be compatible with GPUs and very difficulty to port to ASICs. I did some work on a GPU miner for X11, which is here: https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin-sgminer

What is it missing in terms of completeness? (not that I can meaningfully contribute). I did a config / make etc, throws HW errors (which is as should be expected for an incomplete program).
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February 09, 2014, 06:42:04 AM
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He will stop right after the rediff to ~120.
And we'll never get another rediff with our hashrate...
there is 1 way to do a rediff... doing a hardfork.... its a bit complicated, but it can be done

It's no problem if it comes to that. We actually did that early on already, it's pretty simple.

However, I have a feeling the "whale" is just using GPUs. The X11 algos are very hardware optimized to run on a GPU and I think it would have taken someone about this much time to implement that and launch a farm. Time will tell if I'm right, but it seems likely.  

If I'm correct, the hashrate shouldn't fall when difficulty resets (not > 20%) because the cost of running that setup is minimal.
I thought this was CPU only mining?

And any thoughts on implmenting KGW?

The X11 algo should be compatible with GPUs and very difficulty to port to ASICs. I did some work on a GPU miner for X11, which is here: https://github.com/evan82/darkcoin-sgminer

What is it missing in terms of completeness? (not that I can meaningfully contribute). I did a config / make etc, throws HW errors (which is as should be expected for an incomplete program).

it should be able to go at like 8kh/s so far im informed

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